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Masters: 5 Things We Learned in the final round


AUGUSTA, Ga. — Hideki Matsuyama made history Sunday in his 10th Masters appearance, claiming a one-shot victory in the 85th Masters Tournament. He’s the first Japanese man to win a major championship.

Matsuyama shot 73 in the final round. He built a five-shot lead early in the second nine and withstood a charge from Xander Schauffele to become the ninth different person to win the Masters in as many years.

Here are five things we learned in the final round.

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